Submitted by mpctips 1048d ago | rumor

AMD to launch Radeon-branded SSDs

SemiAccurate: Watch out world, AMD is going to launch solid state drives (SSDs) with their own branding soon. It seems that AMD continues to bet on their AMD Radeon brand for expanding in to the consumer PC market. From Radeon-branded memory modules for desktop PCs and notebooks (from Patriot, VisionTek and XFX), to the AMD Radeon RAMDisk application, AMD started expanding the Radeon brand into new component categories. From the looks of things, AMD isn't satisfied with just two new products, and obviously didn't want to slow down from reaching their VISION of making a PC system with all AMD branded components. To fix this, they added SSDs, but there are just a few questions that have yet to be answered (AMD, AMD Radeon, PC, PC hardware, Solid State Drive)

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newsguy  +   1048d ago
AMD...feeling the squeeze to diversify
andresegers   1048d ago | Off topic | show
justinbkerr  +   1048d ago
Brand is still worth $$ I guess.
wjbjnr  +   1048d ago
this might sideline Samsung's lineup for SSDs for hardcore gamers ... offcourse that is if AMD does releases this .
KingPin  +   1047d ago
think when i buy an SSD i shall buy an AMD one.

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